High Voltage is looking for a special events assistant to help with educational and recreational activities for youth and senior citizens in New Orleans.
We are seeking an ambitious, energetic, and collaborative individual to serve as the organization's Special Events Assistant. This position requires excellent attention to detail, solid follow-up skills, and the ability to effectively prioritize. At least 1-year special event experience is preferred, grant writing is a plus. Hours are flexible (10-15 hours per month depending on event schedule).
Assist with all aspects of special event planning, execution and logistics (materials, supplies, publicity, bulk mailings, ordering goods and services)
Make requests (via phone and in writing) for sponsorships and other gifts
Ensure budgetary compliance for events by tracking income and expenses
Travel to event location maybe required if needed
A minimum of two to three years related administrative experience and/or training (preferably in a nonprofit development office)
Excellent interpersonal and public relations skills; professional phone skills and excellent written and verbal communication skills
Significant attention to detail, excellent organizational and writing skills and the ability to work quickly and efficiently
Detail-oriented self-starter who can efficiently meet deadlines
Compensation is based on experience. This is a hybrid position (virtual and event locations). Please email your resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: November 15, 2022
Location: Baton Rouge, LA
Reports To: Executive Director
Exemption Status: Full-time, Exempt
The Capital Area Family Justice Center (CAFJC) is a 501(c)(3) organization. Our mission is to provide survivors of domestic and dating violence with the opportunity to create safer, more stable lives for themselves and their children by providing in-depth, professionally supported, comprehensive services. Services are delivered through multi-disciplinary collaboration and compassionate advocacy and are driven by the highest standards of excellence. CAFJC houses a variety of partner agencies to provide client services.
Summary of Position
The Administrative Manager will assist with handling of the day-to-day operations of the center. This includes assisting the director with communications, scheduling meetings, event planning, building maintenance coordination, and office management. Under the direction of the director, the Administrative Manager will assist in managing the office, assuring that work is performed in a timely and accurate manner; and represent the director of the office as appropriate. The Administrative Manager will also assist in facilitating the needs of the family justice center staff and partners (on and off-site). Additional duties include assisting with monthly and quarterly grant reporting, maintaining client files and database system, assisting with social media content and posting, and receptionist duties, as needed.
Duties and Responsibilities
Serve as administrative assistant to the director, relieving the assigned director of a wide and complex variety of administrative details; coordinate and manage specialized functions or projects independently as assigned.
Research, analyze, and evaluate a wide variety of issues, data, recommendations, and alternatives as assigned; use independent judgment to develop and provide recommendations, suggestions, or information as appropriate.
Perform administrative support duties to assist the director in meeting reporting requirements, functional responsibilities; coordinate the office of the director and coordinator; assign, schedule, coordinate, oversee, and evaluate the flow of office work and assure that work is performed in a timely and accurate manner.
Serve as liaison between the director, staff, program partners, community agencies, and the general public by relaying messages, answering questions, clarifying information, responding to requests, resolving problems, or referring callers to the director or appropriate person.
Discuss and review calendar and events daily with director to assure timely coordination of office activities and status of assigned projects; prepare preliminary responses to correspondence for executive's approval.
Monitor expenditures related to office supplies and building needs; obtain appropriate estimates and prepare purchase requisitions.
Order supplies and assure proper functioning of office equipment.
Develop schedules related to program activities and services; maintain calendars and coordinate committee and other meetings; review, update, and inform the director and staff of essential timelines.
Provide staff support, attend meetings, take notes; prepare and distribute agendas, background materials, and minutes, as appropriate.
Compose correspondence independently; format, type, proofread, duplicate, and distribute correspondence, notices, lists, forms, memoranda, and other materials according to established procedures and standards.
Collect, compile, and record statistical and financial data and other information; research and verify information as requested.
Perform related duties as assigned.
Bachelor's Degree required. Minimum two years experience providing secretarial and administrative support, including one year experience in a lead or supervisory capacity. Proven proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Person must have excellent verbal and written communication, interpersonal, organization, and computer skills. The position requires attention to detail, the ability to follow-through on tasks and projects and the ability to manage multiple assignments. This position also requires flexibility to adapt and adjust to sudden changes in business needs and resources. The ideal candidate will have an interest in the organization’s mission.
The anticipated salary range for this position is $40,000-$45,000 and commensurate with experience and education.
How to Apply
Please submit resume, cover letter, and references in PDF format to Suzanne Hamilton, Executive Director at Shamilton@cafjc.org with “Administrative Manager – Your Name” as the subject line. Questions may also be directed there.
CAFJC is an equal opportunity employer. It does not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on any legally recognized basis or any protected class under federal, state, or local law.
Job purpose: To secure fundraising that supports the vision and the growth of Manship Theatre. Details include cultivating, soliciting, and maintaining individual and corporate sponsors, donors and individual members of all levels.
The Development Officer researches to identify new sources of funding and works to grow individual giving. This position also oversees all aspects of fundraising and donor cultivation events including, Manship Theatre Membership program, Manship Theatre Red Carpet Gala, and other special donor events. This position will oversee the Grant making process and work with an outside grant writer.
Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree and three to five years of experience in non-profit fundraising, marketing and/or sales. The ideal candidate must be a creative and strategic thinker with a passion for the arts as well as self- motivated with excellent communication and organizational skills. Must be available to work occasional early mornings, evenings and weekends as required for special events.
This position is full time with a competitive salary and benefits package. Please send resume to contact Melanie Couvillon at email@example.com
Sexual Trauma Awareness and Response (STAR) is seeking a dynamic and passionate nonprofit leader to fill the role of President & CEO, responsible for advancing the organization’s mission and vision. STAR appointed Emergent Method, a Louisiana-based management consulting firm, to lead the search. This position is an extraordinary opportunity for a dynamic professional skilled in nonprofit management, operational leadership, and donor development and fundraising while demonstrating a true passion and alignment with STAR’s mission to support survivors of sexual trauma, improve systems response, and create social change to end sexual violence in Louisiana.
The President & CEO will be responsible for management and oversight of all administrative, facility, programming, and fundraising functions of the organization, in addition to leading strategic initiatives that move the organization forward and positively impact the communities it serves. This role will serve as the face of the organization, developing and maintaining relationships with community leaders, legislators, members, and stakeholders, in addition to partnering with other organizations to collaborate on strategic planning, grant writing, and fundraising efforts. The President & CEO manages a team of nearly 30 and reports to the STAR board of directors and regional councils.
The ideal candidate will have significant experience in leading a nonprofit organization, including demonstrated visionary and servant leadership skills, fundraising and grant efforts, and the ability to form and maintain relationships to become a community partner, an engaged leader to staff, and a collaborator with the board and stakeholders of the organization.
Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
Education and Experience
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
The anticipated salary range for this position is $95,000-$110,000 and commensurate with experience. In addition to compensation, a competitive benefits package will be offered.
Candidates should submit a resume with a cover letter and references to STAR@emergentmethod.com by October 15, 2022.
STAR is an equal opportunity employer. It does not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on any legally recognized basis or any protected class under federal, state, or local law.
LWF is seeking an experienced fundraising professional to join the organization as its
Development Director. Working directly with the Executive Director, Rebecca Triche, the Development Director will implement a fundraising program to attract support from individuals and corporations.
The successful candidate will have:
The Development Director reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for creating and
executing the organization’s annual fund development plan. The Development Director will have the opportunity to build off the success of a growing Business Alliance program, increasing membership, and a new CRM. You will have the support of the Executive Director and the Board of Directors to achieve an annual fundraising goal of $350,000.
The Development Director will:
Provide grants management with outside grant writing contractor (5%)
Hours: Full-time position, requiring occasional evening and weekend work
Benefits: Current benefits package includes health and dental insurance coverage for which the employer pays up to $450 per month of the premium; contribution to an IRA plan after one year of employment; and specified paid holidays, sick days and vacation days.
Location: LWF office is in Baton Rouge. The organization is open to a hybrid work arrangement.
LWF is now accepting applications. Applicant review will begin upon receipt and will continue until the Development Director is named. Apply by September 19 for priority review.
To apply, please submit resume, cover letter, and one fundraising writing sample (solicitation letter, case for support, sponsorship proposal, etc.) in PDF format to Sarah Cortell Vandersypen, Search Consultant at Sarah@philanthropic-partners.com with “LWF Development Director – Your Name” as the subject line. Questions may also be directed there.
The Louisiana Wildlife Federation is an equal opportunity employer.
TO APPLY: Please submit a cover letter and resume to Development Director, August Bishop at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Assistant Director of Programs.”
Anticipated start date is September-October. Salary is mid 30's to low 40's depending on experience with fringe benefits and generous paid time off. HandsOn Board of Directors has mandated for staff full COVID vaccinations with exemptions permitted with valid medical or personal reasons; if exemption is granted, then additional testing requirements at employee’s expense are required.
The Assistant Director of Programs is responsible for managing a comprehensive service engagement program for local and visiting volunteers. The assistant director will oversee the organization’s Hands@Work customized corporate volunteer program and implementation of grant funded community revitalization service projects. The assistant director works closely with the Assistant Director of Disaster Response and Resiliency to conduct project site visits and procure all materials and supplies to complete service projects. Reports directly to and works closely with the Development Director to seek involvement in program design and execution, fundraising goals, volunteer/donor engagement, and other key strategic matters.
The assistant director ensures that priorities, personnel, and financial resources are aligned with the core mission. The assistant director cultivates a strong and transparent relationship with co-workers, volunteers, project site partners, and corporate and foundation partners. The assistant director influences stakeholders and works for and with others by communicating a shared vision, building relationships with integrity, and delivering results. Accepts all other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.
Focuses on operational plans within a 3-6 month time horizon. Significant responsibility to achieve broadly stated goals through volunteer efforts. Determines objectives, directs programs, develops strategies and procedures, manages human, financial, and physical resources, and functions with a high degree of autonomy. Requires knowledge of event planning, volunteer and project management. Manages a team consisting of both unskilled and skilled volunteers. Determines strategies for a program with city-wide impact.
FUNDRAISING & DEVELOPMENT (40%)
Writes donor acknowledgments and tax deduction letters.
Collects success stories from volunteers and those served in written testimonials, photographs, and/or video formats.
Writes and communicates to donors final impact reports and project updates.
Directly supports Board of Directors fundraising efforts, including the annual fundraiser signature event.
PROGRAM MANAGEMENT (39%)
Manages all aspects of assigned grant-funded service projects.
Reviews grants applications and creates timelines for project completion, including recruitment/placement of volunteers into grant-funded projects.
Leads the organization AmeriCorps member or local intern hiring process in a timely manner.
Supervises, manages, and evaluates assigned AmeriCorps members or interns.
Develops AmeriCorps/intern orientation and training schedule. Performs all orientation and training event planning aspects (securing venue, AV, food, materials, etc.).
Mentors and develops AmeriCorps members or interns in a manner that emphasizes the importance of teamwork, collaboration, and sharing of information, resources, and best practices across the organization.
Implements and enforces solid personnel practices in accordance with organization policies and applicable laws
Monitors progress toward the achievement of goals and objectives as contained in the organization’s strategic plan. Provides for periodic review and modification of strategic objectives to achieve the strategic plan outcomes.
Prepares monthly progress reports on assigned duties, strategic plan, and associated metrics.
Ensures volunteer and impact data is completed and entered in software.
Follows all organization, employee, and financial policies and procedures.
Mitigates risk exposure by ensuring all safety protocols are followed by staff, volunteers, and project site partners.
Actively contributes to the annual strategic planning process.
Assists in the establishment of clearly defined goals and objectives, leading to a culture which is decisive, action-oriented, flexible, and poised to seize opportunities to advance service, quality, and performance.
Prepares an expense budget for each service project for approval by the Development Director.
Ensures revenues and expenses are aligned with organization’s fiscal targets.
Completes purchases of project supplies and materials.
Completes monthly credit card expense reports within established guidelines.
Completes monthly personal reimbursement or travel expense reports as needed.
COMMUNITY AND PUBLIC RELATIONS (5%)
Establishes and maintains positive relationships with key individuals and professional organizations in both the public and private sectors, on local, state, and national levels.
Forges partnerships at the intersection of community organizations, business, government, and philanthropic sectors.
Represents the organization professionally and responsibly at all appropriate public functions, including making effective public presentations.
Creates partnerships with key organizations and individuals in New Orleans diverse neighborhoods.
BOARD SUPPORT (2%)
Assists in the preparation of monthly board reports in close consultation with the Development Director and Executive Director.
Assists as directed to support board committees: Executive, Finance, Governance, and Resource Development.
Assists in planning and executing Board fundraisers and other resource development plans.
One to three years of professional experience. A year of AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, or similar service program may be substituted.
Evidence of successful civic, faith-based, or university leadership roles and program implementation.
Knowledge of and experience in event planning or project management best practices.
Experience in leading and recruiting volunteers or other nonpaid personnel.
Experience with or ability and willingness to learn fundraising, grant writing, managing earned-income programs, donor solicitation, securing sponsorships, organizing special events, and/or conducting annual campaigns.
Demonstrated success in marketing, public relations, and community outreach is helpful.
Experience in building authentic relationships with multiple sectors and diverse populations. Influencing others with ability to inspire a shared vision and convey the organization’s future to all stakeholders.
Commitment to public service and passion for the mission and vision of HandsOn New Orleans.
Transparent and high-integrity leadership. Ability to work autonomously with minimal supervision. Ability to accomplish goals by working with and through other people.
Flexibility is essential and clear understanding that this position may require more than 40 hours per week, including some nights and weekends. Ability to work in high stress environment during disaster response with emotional intelligence.
Ability to practice accountability and deliver results on-time/on-budget.
Self-directed learning with a diligent and energetic work ethic.
Undergraduate degree is preferred. A high-school degree or GED may be substituted with three to five years of professional experience.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job listed.
Must be able to communicate and exchange information on telephone and to individuals in person throughout the day.
Must be able to see and detect computer screen and subsequent reporting/paperwork.
Must be able to remain in a stationary position at least 50% of the time.
Constantly operates a computer and other office machinery such as a calculator, copy machine and computer printer.
Needs to move about inside the office to access files, office machinery, etc. throughout the day
Position may require working outside the office at a partner project site that may be indoor or outdoor. Ability to stand up to eight hours. Ability to work outside in weather conditions including light or intermittent rain or heat.
Position may work remotely as directed by the organization or health officials. When working remotely, constant communication is expected via email and/or on-line meetings.
Position may involve bending, moving, lifting, and carrying tools, supplies, or material weighing between 10 to 100 pounds.
Needs to abide by organization practices that may require wearing personal protective equipment.
Ability to safely operate and drive organization vehicle fleet, currently a 2008 GMC Sierra truck and 2012 Mitsubishi Fuso 18’ box truck. The latter may require the successful candidate to obtain a Louisiana Class D driver’s license with training course fees paid for by the organization.
The above description of responsibilities does not CONSTITUTE a contract of employment, nor should it be considered all-inclusive. Management has the right to alter duties and projects that require special assistance. Position may be responsible for performing other duties as assigned.
Incumbent must perform the essential duties and responsibilities with or without reasonable accommodation. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work. Final employment offers are contingent upon a Final Candidate’s successful completion of a Background Verification, and a determination by the organization that the information derived from the Background Verification does not disqualify the individual. In addition, a Financial History Check and Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) Check may be required.
The mission of HandsOn New Orleans is to engage, empower, and transform our community through volunteer service. Since 2005, the organization has recruited over 130,000+ volunteers serving 722,380 hours with $29,000,000 in community savings through volunteer labor and supplies.
The organization achieves its mission with 200+ collaborative community partnerships and a suite of synergistic programs. HandsOn leverages its core strengths of volunteer engagement, design and execution of high-impact community revitalization projects, and disaster response services to strengthen families and transform neighborhoods in the seven-parish metro area.
The organization envisions a socially just community with happy, healthy, prosperous people, and outcomes promote educational equity in the public school system, improve access to community services and resources, foster healthy lifestyles, sustain the natural and built environment, and assist residents on emergency preparedness, response, and recovery.
HandsOn New Orleans is a local affiliate of the Points of Light Global Network.
The Fiscal Manager is responsible for all financial transactions and records of the Caddo Council on Aging. The fiscal records shall be maintained in compliance with Federal, State and program regulations.
Financial Management tasks, responsibilities, and activities, such as:
Prepare, examine and analyze general ledger, financial statements, or other financial reports to assess monthly for accuracy, completeness, and conformance to GAAP.
Review, analyze, and verify the accuracy of balance sheet account balances and classifications monthly.
Ensure the accuracy of the monthly reconciliation of the bank accounts, subsidiary ledgers, receivable and payable aging reports to the general ledger.
Responsible for collecting accounts receivables promptly. Provides updated monthly A/R schedule to Executive Director.
Maintain capital asset depreciation schedule. Ensure assets are purchased in adherence to the state's procurement procedures.
Ensure that financial statements and reports are provided to the Executive Director and grantors by the stated deadline.
Responsible for preparing annual budget and budget revisions in the requested format by the grantors’
Oversee annual audit process and preparation of 990, ensures requested information is organized and provided to auditors.
Establish, modify, document, and coordinate the implementation of accounting and internal control procedures.
Responsible for maintaining chart of accounts and integrity of the financial system.
Provide insurance agents information to ensure insurance coverage of vehicles and physical locations are accurate.
Staff Management tasks, responsibilities, and activities, such as:
Assist accounting staff to ensure cash receipt transactions are coded and posted to the correct general ledger accounts in the proper accounting period.
Assist accounting staff to ensure payroll is processed correctly, timely, and coded to the correct general ledger accounts. Import payroll to the general ledger.
Assist accounting staff to ensure invoices and capital assets transactions are coded and posted to the correct general ledger accounts in the proper accounting period.
Assists accounting staff to ensure the accuracy of the monthly and year-end close process.
Supervise, train and provide ongoing technical assistance, support, cross training, and guidance to accounting staff.
Ensure adequate coverage for priority functions.
Communication tasks, responsibilities, and activities, such as
Ensure accounting staff is informed of pertinent updates as it relates the accounting department.
Provide Executive Director and appropriate managers with reports on programs spending.
Maintaining relationship with auditors, insurance agents.
The person in this position must have a Bachelor's degree in finance or accounting. Certified Public Accountant or Certified Management Accountant designation also desirable. Excellent communication skills are essential, particularly in regard to presenting the results of analysis to management. Should have an outstanding working knowledge of fund accounting and Excel.
General office environment. Work is generally sedentary in nature, but may require standing and walking for up to 10% of the time. The working environment is generally favorable. Lighting and temperature are adequate, and there are no hazardous or unpleasant conditions caused by noise, dust, etc. Work is generally performed within an office environment with standard office lighting.
Must be able to sit or stand for long periods of time. Must be able to lift 5 lbs. Must be able to see adequately
to perform the job.
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may
change at any time with or without notice.
Interested applicants may apply by clicking here.
For more than 35 years, the Louisiana Children’s Museum (LCM) has engaged children in intentional, immersive experiences and interactive play to support optimal social, emotional, physical and cognitive growth. Far more than a destination for entertainment, the Museum is a powerful hub for discovery, connecting and hands-on learning that is committed to strengthening communities one child and one experience at a time.
The organization is at an important nexus of opportunity and change. LCM is navigating the recent transition of a long-serving CEO and the continuation of successful efforts to manage revenue and programs in response to the pandemic and Hurricane Ida. In addition to managing through these events, the Museum is learning how to optimize and shape the activities of a new, world-class facility and fully realize its potential. To lead these efforts, the Museum seeks a bold, innovative and collaborative individual who will lead the organization with an unwavering commitment to providing optimal opportunities for young children to learn and develop, to broadening accessibility and to ensuring that the Museum is fully engaged in its community. To support these aspirations, the new CEO will work with a talented staff and committed board to make certain that the Museum remains financially secure such that current and future generations can experience its magic.
Several important themes help define LCM. These include a commitment to sustainability; stewardship of the Louisiana environment, ecosystems and unique relationship with water; passionately serving all Louisianans; and supporting early healthy childhood development.
Very much emblematic of New Orleans, the Museum is a special place, led and supported by special people. LCM’s next leader will inherit a stable and aspirational organization and will be charged with successfully leading the Museum through its next phase of growth and development, achieving measurable outcomes in educational and experiential impact, and increasing levels of connection and consistent positive engagement with diverse communities throughout the Greater New Orleans area and Louisiana.
Key priorities for the new CEO include:
Find more details on this position here: https://bit.ly/CEOLCM
To be considered or to suggest a prospect, please email LCM@BoardWalkConsulting.com or call Lysondra Somerville or John Sparrow at 404-262-7392.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES: Grant Writer and Administrator is responsible for researching, writing, submitting and managing successful grants, support materials, to generate operating revenue for the mission of the organization and to achieve strategic goals.
Grant Writer and Administrator
Candidate for the Grant Writer and Administrator position will posses a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field of learning conducive to working in a non-profit environment with 5 years’ work experience in grant writing or otherwise unrelated bachelor’s degree and 5+ years working in fund raising/development.
As a representative of the Food Bank, candidate must conduct self professionally and ethically at all times, holding forth the best interest of the Food Bank of NW Louisiana, its staff members, Board of Directors and our mission.
Candidate must have a proven track record of successful grant writing and reporting.
Must be computer proficient with general typing skills, experience with Microsoft Office products, publishing software, mass mailing techniques and procedures, email and internet operations.
Must have a valid driver’s license and be insurable by our company policy without significant problems in driving history during last 5 years.
The Grant Writer and Administrator position involves a high degree of responsibility. Prior to employment the individual in this position must agree to substantial background and reference verification, including legal and work-related history.
Writing skills: Excellent writing capabilities, able to develop clear and concise communications; grant writing experience preferred.
Scheduling: Ability to schedule work for timely completion using Outlook or similar program.
Research: Ability to research using internet and various methods to find grants, or information pertinent to outreach.
Computer Skills: Individual will be proficient in Microsoft Software, create spreadsheets in Excel; PowerPoint presentations; and Word documents.is position involves a high degree of responsibility. Prior to employment the individual in this position must agree to substantial background and reference verification, including legal and work-related history.
Computer Skills: Individual will be proficient in Microsoft Software, create spreadsheets in Excel; PowerPoint presentations; and Word documents.
To apply, please submit your Resume, cover letter with your salary requirements and sample of a grant or writing.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
The Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana is looking for an experienced Director of Development to join our team and help our organization grow. We are looking for an results-oriented individual who has proven success in capital campaigns, donor gifts, fundraising and donor giving, who has a positive outlook, and a heart to help those in need. If this you, this position is right for you. This is a full-time position, located in Shreveport, LA.
OVERVIEW OF OUR FOOD BANK
Our Food Bank exists to be the primary resource for fighting hunger in Northwest Louisiana. Our vision is to ultimately end hunger in our area by ensuring a consolidated network of effective food collection and distribution. This provides universal access to food for those in need in our communities. We are the largest distributor of donated food for our 7 parishes and we are one of only five food banks in the state. We sort, warehouse and distribute food to over 150 non-profit organizations, shelters and churches in our seven-parish region. We just completed a $6M capital campaign and implemented new donor software.
OVERVIEW OF THE POSITION
The Director of Development is a key position at our food bank whose primary objective is to develop and successfully implement our donor giving and fundraising plans. This includes identifying, cultivating, and soliciting major gift prospects and financial donors. It includes identifying, writing and tracking grants, managing monthly donor and planned giving programs, and providing leadership to the development internal team to reach the food bank’s goals related to public relations, marketing, events, donations, government relations and volunteers.
We have the development software already in place. We have a large donor base to work from. We have the development team to support you. All these things have worked well for us thus far. A successful person in this position would work with these team members and processes already in place and take us to the next level. You will work closely with the Executive Director, and are responsible to achieve our revenue and long-range fundraising goals.
WHAT WE OFFER
We offer a strong competitive salary with great benefits which include health insurance, dental insurance, long and short term disability, life insurance, a 401k participation, vacations with personal days and holiday pay. Our workplace is passionate about our mission and we work hard to help those in need get the food and resources they need. The position is mainly Monday-Friday but some evening and weekend work may be required.
A great candidate for this position must be results-driven, organized, with great project management skills, and great public speaking skills. They must be highly motivated, with great interpersonal skills, a great team player, and meet these qualifications:
INVITATION TO APPLY
If you are a good fit for this position, we invite you to send us your information. Please answer the following questions and submit your resume. We will provide you a complete job description during the interview process. Please do not call our office directly as that may disqualify your application.
Job Type: Full-time
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